MA Fashion Media Practice - Creative Direction
From the charming city of Durham, I have received my BA in Graphic Design from Teesside University, where my work was recognised by the International Society of Typographic Designers. I continued my studies at Condé Nast College London where I found my love for UX design.
“An idea shouldn’t revolve around your skillset but the willingness to make it happen.”
I am an obsessive graphic designer, with a strong typographic awareness and eye for layout. Developing my interest in UX design within Condé Nast College has enabled constant constructive feedback from the industry professionals which allows me to adapt to new ideas that push my creative boundaries.
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This section showcases the work I have produced whilst at Condé Nast College. You'll find a diverse range of skills demonstrated for each project.
Based on the concept of remediation the objective is to explore untapped revenue streams for British Vogue’s current mobile application.
A branding exercise to produce a magazine prototype, I was fascinated with the relationship between birds and the garden ecosystem.
A grouped based project acting as a media agency called Montrose. We are to highlight the potential revenue stream of a company and present our vision.
An Instagram marketing campaign made for Stella McCartney’s Spring/Summer 2020 runway show. The objective is to promote one of her new arriving bags.
Badminton was a sport that was seen as a status of wealth. The project involves deconstruction and representing the subject typographically.
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About the course
The MA Creative Direction for Fashion Media is a unique industry-focused programme that allows you to learn about visual storytelling, media branding, and multi-media production. Drawing on from Condé Nast’s knowledge and expertise, the course delivery is split between taught academic content, practical and technical workshops, independent research as well as masterclasses from leading industry professionals in exploring the creative, commercial and critical dimensions of print, digital and experiential fashion media.